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guilty and will be sentenced in the coming months.barrett will be sentenced december 1st. reporting live... 3 3 sad news tonight....a 2-year old boy has died more than a week after he was hurt in an accident at home. last wednesday, we reported that the child became lodged between a bunk bed and a wall in a house on 104th and jonen street on the northwest side. th tonight, the medical examiner reports the toddler has died. an autopsy on the little boy's body has been performed and the cause of death is under investigation. 3 a scene of utter devastation at the busy commuter train station in hoboken, new jersey tonight. that's after a train loaded with passengers slammed into the building at high speed this morning. 3 (william blaine, freight engineer) 30 seconds after it happened, i looked to the right, i just saw the train in
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a little more. more. witnesses have said that at one point, the train actually went up into the air and that part of the station roof collapsed after the crash. authorities say a woman was killed by debris from the crash while she stood on the platform. dozens more are hurt....at last report, the total was 108. witnesses have also said that passengers were helping each other escape the chaotic scene.the question now is how could this have happened? new jersey governor chris christie refused "i was called by the white house today as well. they've not only dispatched the ntsb and the federal railway administration, but also have pledged any resources that we need additionally to deal with the victims or to deal with what's happened at the hoboken " terminal." the train's operator was critically injured in the crash, but is said to be cooperating with the investigat. investigation.watch for much more on the train crash investigation on the cbs evening news with scott pelley
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the cost of driving a car in milwaukee county will go up 60-dollars a year if county executive chris abele's new transit plan is approved. approved. "a vehicle registration fee is the only again revenue option legally available to the county and will generate 27 million dollars a year." year." abele wants a 60-dollar annual charge for county residents. the money would help fund the transit system. that charge would be added to the state's 75-dollar annual vehicle registration fee...the money renewal sticker. abele says without the revenue, the bus system in milwaukee would be at risk.watch for much more on abele's proposal tonight on the cbs 58 news at 9 and ten. 3 a major employer in metro miwaukee is cutting jobs. northwestern mutualannounced today it's trimming 100 jobs this year, and hundreds more next year. year. cbs 58's jacob kittilstad is in the newsroom with details.jacob? this all came out earlier
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executive...john schlifske... made the announcement at an employee town hall today.the company is one of the largest employers in the milwaukee area with about 5-thousand 9- hundred employees.a statement from the company..in part...rea. part...reads..."we are also committed to maintaining our strong financial position during this period of unprecedented low interest rates....while we will continue to focus on hiring people with the skills we need and developing our teams, some positions will be impacted and these decisions have not been we have not yet received specifics on plans for next years lay-offs.live in the newsroom...jacob kittilstad... cbs 58 news. 3 3 toss to drew drew tonight: showers return, mainly late. stays breezy with
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lows in the middle and upper 50s.friday: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.weekend: scattered shower chances remain for saturday staying slightly cool in the low to mid 60s. shower chance ends on sunday as climb back to average but staying cloudy most of the day. tonight: showers return, mainly late. stays breezy with wind out of the ne 10-20 mph. lows in the middle and upper 50s.friday: scattered showers everywhere especially in the
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the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.weekend: scattered shower chances remain for saturday staying slightly cool in the low to it was the parasite that made hundreds of thousands sick in the milwaukee area in 1993....more than 100 deaths were linked to cryptosporiduim. these days, only a few cases are reported every year. and the latest report comes from waukesha, where the health department says two people have an illness linked to cryptosporidium. the original source has not identified, but both went swimming at the princeton club..which closed its pools after learning of the problem. cryptosporidium is spread by water and causes great stomach upset.if you are experiencing those symptoms, check with your doctor. 3 wednesday on the cbs 58 news at five...we reported that dodge county was one of three law enforcement agencies awarded federal funding for body cams.west allis received similar funding last year. year.cbs 58's amanda devoe went out to talk to those agencies about the value of body cams and the new federal
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from west allis. the west allis police department found out they got a grant for new body cameras last year, and now dodge county sheriff's department is the newest law enforcement agency to get them too. "i see this more as tool to gain evidence"dodge county sheriff dale schmidt just found out that his department is one three law enforcement agencin get a grant for body cameras. it's new equipment he hopes will create more transparency. transparency."we're often able to disprove the complaints that are made against us, just by showing the video. many times they'll see the video and say well i guess i was wrong and dismiss their complaint against us."the nearly 80 thousand dollar grant will equip all 36 squad cars in their fleet with cameras as well as give body cameras to the officers. schmidt says with all the
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right now, video proof is important. "99.9 percent of law enforcement are good people and make good decisions. we have 800 thousand law enforcement agencies across the united states, and two million positive contacts every single day that you don't hear about." and he hopes the new gear will continue to help bridge the gap between officers and the community. "we have positive community relations right now, and this will only build on that." the sheriff's department still has to test out different cameras, but they hope to have them in two years. here in west allis, they're still working on budgeting before they can successfully implement ?their? cameras. live in west allis, amanda devoe cbs 58 news. amanda thank you.milwaukee police have been wearing body cameras for nearly a year now. now.725 cameras currently on the street... with the number expected to top a thousand by the end of the year.but are they helping police get the job done? cbs 58's bill walsh joins us
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mike, michele... this was the first look we got at one of those videos... from a home invasion back in august of 2015.but chief flynn says not every recording the m-p-d gets... paints a clear picture. such as the tape involving the sylville smith shooting in sherman park back in august. 3 what you're going to see on that tape is frequently going to be ambiguous, difficult to interpret, not from everyone's perspective. and you know what sometimes the camera's going to be pointed sometimes it's going to be turned on late. these things, technology is not perfect. nothing is perfect. perfect.flynn said there are parallels with the instant replay system they use in the n-f-l... where many times officials can't see clear enough evidence to overturn a call on the field.... but acknowledging this is a lot more serious than that.the chief says we watch every frame, it's easy to forget that this all happens in real
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just seconds to act.as for the sylville smith shooting, police are deferring to the district attorney's office as to when and if body camera footage should be released. chief flynn today at one point called the current situation in milwaukee a "holocaust of violence."tonight on the cbs 58 news at 9 and 10... hear more of his impassioned plea... and who's he asking for help.live in the studio, bill walsh cbs 58 news. 3 next at five, the presidential who was stumping for hillary clinton here in milwaukee today. 3 and the undefeated wisconsin badgers lose a key player for the rest of the season.earl
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workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas. good manufacturing jobs just disappeared. ceos and giant corporations get richer guys with families... guys like me? just gets harder and harder to get ahead. we need an economy that works for people like me. for people like me. for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
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campaign has returned to wisconsin in full force this week. last night, we brought you coverage of donald trump's appearance in waukesha. waukesha. today, it's the democrats' turn. you're looking at anne holton, the wife of democratic vice
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hillary clinton supporters this morning on milwaukee's east side. she talked about her husband's unique role... holding the number two spot on a ticket led by a woman. "he has had women supporting him, strong women supporting him t hroughout his career, when he was a mayor, when he was a governor, me included. he is so excited about the chance to be a strong man supporting a strong woman at the top of the ticket." ticket." holton also had an event scheduled in kenosha today. tomorrow, the democrats will be represented by chelsea clinton.....who will make an appearance in green bay. 3 even though snow is not in the forecast...local dpw crews are brushing up on their plowing skills as milwaukee county readies drivers for their upcoming winter calls. 3 the county's insurance company is hosting a training and education program at mitchell international airport...they call it a road-eo....and they've been doing it for 10 years. plow
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manuevers they might have to perform after a winter storm. bs 58 learned today that one of the most stressful manuevers is simply having to drive in reverse. "backing up is a very vulnerable position. a lot of public can get up too close behind them. so there are times when they have to clear an intersection, so it's kind of a y manuevert and they have to back up at that point.. staff here at the airport, when they have to negotiate the serpentine, they'll get out of their truck and look at me and say 'well that's new, we have a rule here at the up! but they did today. the road-eo continues tomorrow. and while we're talking about the roads, here's a reminder that starting saturday, the zoo interchange ramp leading from southbound i-41 to eastbound i-94 will shut down long term as part of the interchange reconstruction project. that means you'll have to find alternate ways to go east from 41. 3 last night, cbs 58's marshanna hester took us in the car with
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routes. for example, you can get off on bluemound road, go east to glenview and then south....where you'll get back on i-94 near the pettit national ice center.we have much more information on alternate routes on our website, cbs 58 dotcom. 3 3 3 tonight: showers return, mainly late. stays breezy wind out of the ne 10-20 mph. lows in the middle and upper 50s.friday: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.weekend: scattered shower
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staying slightly cool in the low to mid 60s. shower chance ends on sunday as temperatures climb back to average but staying cloudy most of the day. 3 3 tonight: showers return, mainly wind out of the ne 10-20 mph. lows in the middle and upper 50s.friday: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20
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chances remain for saturday staying slightly cool in the low to mid 60s. shower chance ends on sunday as temperatures climb back to average but staying cloudy most of the day. tonight: showers return, mainly late. stays breezy with wind out of the ne 10-20 mph. lows in the middle and upper 50s.friday: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.weekend: scattered shower chances remain for saturday staying slightly cool in the low to mid 60s. shower chance ends on sunday as temperatures climb back to average but
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tonight at 10...drivers, get ready to put down your phone near those orange barrels.in just two days... it will be illegal to talk or text in a construction zone without a 'hand-free device.'so what do you need to do?tonight, the state patrol tells us what they'll be looking for.. and the fine violators would face. the no call zone, tonight on the cbs 58 news at 10. if you're excited about that new "titletown district" that the packers are building outside lambeau field, we have some new information for you to. tonight.the team unveiled the final components of what it calls "phase one:" of a park located in that district. the big news today is that the park will include a sledding hill with tubing lanes. that's right, someday you and your kids can go sledding and tubing down a hill with a cool view of lambeau field in the background.the titletown park will also include a playground, a plaza for
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sports field. also include in the development--a four-diamond hotel, a restaurant and a sports medicine clinic. completion is expected next summer. the badgers with some tough news headed into their matchup with michigan. 3... ...plus a timetable for khris middle
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as the badgers prep for their top ten matchup with micihgan... bad news for their kicker. rafael gaglianone. originally just out for michigan state last week... week...he had surgery on his back and he'll miss the rest of the season to recover. gaglianone, a junior, made seven of eight kicks this year, including three big ones in their win over lsu. senior andrew endicott, a former walk-on will take the kicking the year but, of course, the coach feeling bad for a guy who went through back issues last year too. he did a lot to change working for this and it's an obstancle for him, it's unfortunate but it's a chance for him to grow and come out of it better. nick perry a part of a packers defense that's in their bye week... but he's also healthy
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helping the packers lead the league in rushing defense so far this year... but perry also has 3.5 sacks... that's second in the nfl only to von miller. perry in the middle of a one year deal after dealing with injuries his entire five year career. but perry, along with the rest of the packers outside linebackers showing they're just fine--even without clay matthews. we've got phytsical guys. nick perry, julius peppers, those attack that we feel are good matchups against tight ends but also tackles too because they're so physical. khris middleton's recover underway after he had surgery on his left hamstring yesterday. yesterday.the bucks guard having the procedure done in new york. the team says he'll be out around six months. middleton hurt his hamstring during workouts last tuesday, so now the team has to replace middleton... a guy who had career highs in points,
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the milwaukee brewers off today.... their last series of the seaons against colorado... and that comes after getting burned by carlos gomez. the former brewer with the go-ahead homer last night... but he had eight rbi in his series with his former team. jonathan lucroy also added a two-run rbi in the series. the rangers trying to clinch home field throughout the postseason with three games left. (ad-lib) 3 (ad-lib) three games left.postseason
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drew is back with a final
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tonight: showers return, mainly late. stays breezy with wind out of the ne 10-20 mph. lows in the middle and upper 50s.friday: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.weekend: scattered shower chances remain for saturday staying slightly cool in the low to mid 60s. shower chance ends on sunday as temperatures climb back to average but staying cloudy most of the day. 3 thanks for joining us.the cbs evening news with
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captioning sponsored by cbs a deadly crash in the the morning rush. >> everything shook. just shook, and everybody got quiet. >> pelley: a train packed with commuters plowed into a terminal in the shadows of new york city. at least one person is dead, many are injured. >> i thought we were goi die. i didn't think we were going to get out. >> pelley: also tonight, a plea for prayers for a first grader shot at school. >> he's a hard little fighter, and you gotta continue to remember that. >> pelley: it's 40 days till the election, but the voting has already begun. fraud at wells fargo, the c.e.o. under fire. >> something is going wrong at this bank, and you are the head of it. >> pelley: and nearly half a

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